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Well it turns out that the owner neglected to tell me something.
I messaged her back about being willing to adopt Jinx, and she chooses now to inform me that Jinx has stomach problems and requires and expensive food from the vet. A food I can't afford.

Gods dammit.

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Miss Nel (Spacious Feline) Comment by Miss Nel (Spacious Feline) on January 11, 2011 at 11:02am
*nods nods* I understand why she didn't say so at first, though she should have. I'm kinda glad though: While it's sad I miss out on Jinx, I save my twincats from being split up. I was having second thoughts.
Lark Comment by Lark on January 11, 2011 at 11:00am
That's too bad Nel.  They really should have let you know before you got your heart set on him.  Special needs cats are hard to place because they can be expensive and take a lot of time and care as well.  It's not fair to the cat or the prospective owner not to be up front on that fact.
Duir,of endurance and faith Comment by Duir,of endurance and faith on January 11, 2011 at 5:56am
so sorry Nel, that really sux!  They should have been up front with all that from the start.  HUGs and Lurv
Ron(Fortuna Reclaimed) Comment by Ron(Fortuna Reclaimed) on January 11, 2011 at 5:19am

Well doenst that **** things for you.


Wonder why the person was hiding this.


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